Titled "The Society".
This stone etching is hand painted with pastels, number 19/20 limited edition. I first saw Jacques ad in an art magazine. On a trip . She takes you to the in-home studio and explains her process and the special pencils she used. They are all just ink on paper if you want it done in color it's kept. Jacque then applied the pastel coloring and shipped the finished piece to you. If you look you can see stray hairs - adding a personal touch.
The frame is 26 1/2" x 38 1/2 , the image is 24 x 36. The framing is the way I got it. I just added new paper on the back and didn't do a very good job, a little wrinkled! LOL
The late Jacque Evans was a talented artist who also had a great love for wolves and wolf-dogs. Over time, she became aware of the increasing number of these unwanted animals and their unique needs. She realized her land could become a refuge, so she opened her life and home to the animals. In 1991, Jacque founded “The Candy Kitchen Wolf and Wolf-dog Rescue Ranch” and supported her canine rescues by selling her stunning paintings. News of Jacque’s devotion to her rescues quickly spread, and soon her rescue ranch began to expand.